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  • aerodynamics, his work for NASA and the Air Force, and his decision to begin studies of heart disease and the physiology of the heart. Dr. Mates also describes his
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  • with the Office of Control Theory (OCTA) at the NASA Electronics Research Center. After leaving the NASA lab in 1970, he came to Yale University where he
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  • carrier duty I was transferred to a destroyer escort. All of the Electrician’s Mates wanted that destroyer escort duty. So we put our dog tags in a hat and mine
    270 KB (48,795 words) - 19:01, 1 February 2019
  • operations of packet-switching networks capable of surviving node outages. 1963 NASA announces that the new Syncom II communications satellite has been used successfully
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  • faculty service. Much of his research at Notre Dame was supported by the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and led to such innovations as the "quick-look-in"
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  • travel. History, NASA This New Ocean: A History of Project Mercury, by Loyd S. Swenson Jr., James M. Grimwood, and Charles C. Alexander, NASA Historical Series
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  • Q: When you were at NASA...? Ayanna Howard: That was NASA, yeah that was NASA and even the first couple of years, that was NASA funded, so that was one
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  • I then “found my home” in NASA and remained there for 18 years, alternating between the Goddard Space Flight Center and NASA Headquarters for two terms
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  • been the end for Armstrong and Aldrin Who knows when NASA would have made another flight. Later NASA made a change in the shutdown procedure which somehow
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  • which resulted in a contract from National Air and Space Administration (NASA) in 1961 and the first true geostationary communication satellite, Syncom
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  • auxiliary systems were designed by mechanical engineers. Icing Research Tunnel, NASA Lewis Research Center (1944) Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. – ASME Landmark #117
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  • then by NACA for aerodynamic heating and reaction control system research. NASA photo
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  • Langley Laboratory, but had equal status with the other NASA labs and reported directly to NASA Headquarters in Washington. After two aborted flight attempts
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  • [competitively bid] $180,000 contract from NASA to build what was called the Remote Console Informa­tion Retrieval system, or NASA RECON. This was followed by contracts
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  • July 2004), NASA noted that "A cutting-edge Apollo 11 science experiment left behind in the Sea of Tranquility is still running today." [Ref8-NASA-Apollo11-2004]
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  • research at the NASA-Lewis Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio. Funded research involved federal and industrial sources including NASA, Giant Products
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  • I’ve had experiences beyond belief. I was a NASA advisor for 20 years, from 1968 to ’88. So I was a NASA advisor when Apollo was launched. I got a VIP
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  • Avni R. NASA Lewis Research Centre, Cleveland, Ohio, USA Analysis of Glow Discharges For Understanding The Process Of Film Formation NASA Technical
    113 KB (5,483 words) - 14:36, 17 March 2015
  • Number 18. Nasa History Series. NASA Publication: SP-2000-4518, June 2000. NASA Washington, DC National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Research
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  • communications satellites. You see, NASA never developed any operational system as such. The Apollo you might say approached it, and NASA did develop the shuttle,
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